Peachy and Julius had a wedding that featured a modern take on a Victorian theme. The couple filled their celebration with details that set a romantic ambiance.
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Peachy and Julius met through an organization they joined back in college at Mapua Technical Institute. Julius was a senior while Peachy was a sophomore, and so they never had any classes together. However, on weekends, the two would go home to their respective families in Laguna, and Peachy and Julius bonded over those trips together. Eventually, romance blossomed.
The couple's relationship weathered the challenges of a long-distance relationship when Julius went to Singapore to work. After some time, Peachy also found work there, and that made things easier for them.
One Christmas vacation, the couple headed home to the Philippines to spend the holidays with their loved ones. Julius made the trip even more special as he proposed to Peachy via a digital advertisement at Mall of Asia's globe. "I was overwhelmed with joy and speechless at the same time. I never dreamt nor imagined to have an extravagant wedding proposal. But Julius never failed to always give his best for me," says Peachy.
Peachy and Julius initially decided to have a color palette inspire their wedding, but after finding inspiration online, the two opted to have a modern Victorian-themed celebration.
To personalize their wedding, the couple took on some DIY projects, like their ceremony accessories. Peachy and Julius also made practical decisions to keep costs from ballooning. The couple decided to rent their wedding gown and tuxedo instead of having their attire made, since they'd be using the clothes for one day only.
The bride tells other couples to prioritize the non-negotiables, and also be discerning with the suppliers. She says, "Choose a supplier that will suit your taste and ideas so that it will not be hard for you and to the suppliers to carry out your ideas." Planning their wedding also entailed communicating constantly. "Involve your fiancé all the way to the end of planning as this is the start of knowing each other more as husband and wife," Peachy shares.